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Chris Kirk won the Korn Ferry Tour's King & Bear Classic on Saturday at World Golf Village, a year after taking a leave of absence from the PGA Tour for personal reasons.Original link
If it weren't for his fitness tracker showing an elevated respiratory rate on Friday morning, Nick Watney wouldn't have felt the need to request a COVID-19 test that came back positive, Sergio Garcia said on Saturday.Original link
He tested negative when he arrived on site. Three days later, he tested positive. Along the way, his case uncovered some holes in the PGA Tour's system and showed again that this ongoing return remains complicated.Original link
Michelle Wie West now has a little one of her own.Original link
The PGA Tour announced Saturday that 11 people who were in contact with Nick Watney were administered COVID-19 tests and all the results came back negative after the golfer on Friday became the first player to test positive for the virus.Original link
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PGA Tour Statement On Nick Watney News of Nick Watney becoming the first PGA Tour player to test positive for COVID-19 was met with a fairly consistent chorus of “a matter of when, not if”. However, a quick review suggests the PGA Tour “bubble” has burst in just week two of the “Return to Golf.” There will be wide-ranging implications for public he
Webb Simpson sank a 6-footer to birdie his final hole for a 6-under 65 and a one-shot lead over Bryson DeChambeau and Corey Conners on Friday at the RBC Heritage.Original link
Tiger Woods will not be part of a strong field for next week's Travelers Championship.Original link
Nick Watney became the first player on the PGA Tour to test positive for the coronavirus and then withdrew from the RBC Heritage.Original link
Bryson DeChambeau has added pounds -- of muscle, he'd like you to know -- in a short time. The change increased his swing speed and added length off the tee. All he has to do is point to his scores to provide proof of his plan.Original link
June 19, 2020 We Stand United–NCGA Statement Against Racism and Injustices The NCGA is committed to delivering our vision to ensure the game of golf is vibrant, inclusive and accessible to all.  We know this is a challenging and hurtful time for many of our members and golf community. We stand with you against racism and the injustices that have oc
The Staysure Tour for players 50 and older announced Friday it has canceled the season because of the COVID-19 pandemic.Original link
Let’s start with a statement so obvious it’s almost not worth mentioning. The only thing better than bombing a drive…is bombing a drive several yards farther. In fact, it’s probably safe to assert that there isn’t a golfer on the planet who would turn down a bit more ball speed by simply switching drivers. I know, “you can’t buy a game.” Blah, blah
As galleries are kept away and likely will for most tournaments this year, the importance of sound continues to be a topic. Who knew it was this sensitive? Oh right, anyone who has dealt with modern golf pros who think they’re carrying out an NSA mission. World No. 2 Brooks Koepka added this on the eve of the 2020 RBC Heritage at Harbour Town, repo
Wendell Haskins wrote to his former employers at the PGA of America on Monday about the failed inclusion efforts while he was there. Perhaps coincidentally, or not, Haskins was contacted by PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh Thursday after Wednesday night’s post here and, well, Waugh reports a good talk. "I had never met Wendell so I reached out to him